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Toyota Camry, Car Leasing, Sedan
#715 of 916 Camry LE 2011 instead of Accord 2010 EX
Oct 31, 2010 (7:32 am)
After having many Hondas we intended to lease another one and were debating between a CR-V and Accord
We borrowed a friends RAV-4 and really liked it.
So we went to a Toyota dealer to check out a RAV-4 and also drove a Camry.
The Camry felt more luxurious, had no large hump in the back and was quieter than the Accord.
We ended up getting slightly better than the factory deal
that paid for
DMV - around $250
and $500 dealer "fees" (whatever you want to call them)
The monthly payment on a 2011 Camry LE in New Jersey
is $278 - 3 year - 15k miles (payment includes tax monthly 7.5%)
buyout is around $13,000
We had 6 payments left on our 2008 Pilot and that car was taken away from us for no charge (we were 2000 miles over and would probably have been 5000 over by lease end) We also did not need to make the upcoming Pilot payment of $335 due this week
#716 of 916 Re: Camry LE 2011 instead of Accord 2010 EX [swampdragon]
Oct 31, 2010 (9:12 am)
Thanks for the feedback, you got one hell of a deal. Congratulations!. We are going to be picking up a 2011 Camry Se 2.4 Auto for 36mo/12k with MSRP $26,209 for $260.16 incl tax with $450 down Metallic Gray. I am happy that you are enjoying you new car.
#717 of 916 My SE V6 Lease - Thanks to you all.
Nov 03, 2010 (4:25 am)
Here is the deal I just closed on:
SE V6 with EVP #1 & #2:
$ 950 Total out of pocket
$289 month /36 months
(NJ tax rate)
I was on my way to lease a 2010 Accord EXL V6 for $1500 out of pocket and $300 month but I was offered the above deal from Toyota. I had to pull the trigger on this. It is a newer model (2011) and it has NAV. MSRP was over $31k compared to the Accord's 29k. And I love the car.
I want to personally thank Car_man for always providing us with the info needed for us to land fair deals. I also want to thank sbs9 and poopy for posting their deals which helped me get more bang for the buck on the Camry.
#718 of 916 Re: My SE V6 Lease - Thanks to you all. [AXM23]
Nov 05, 2010 (2:29 am)
I was eligible for the $1000 College Grad Rebate.
Also, mud guards could not be installed on the SE because of the skirt kit so I have a credit for another accessory.
#719 of 916 SE 4cyl in Tampa area
Nov 09, 2010 (11:40 am)
Car man... can you please provide me with the residual and MF for a 2011 Camry SE 4cyl for 36mo, 12k miles lease? Any added incentives currently running would be a big help too.
#720 of 916 Newbie - seeking lease advice..Many thanks!
Nov 11, 2010 (10:19 am)
Interested in a lease deal..went to local dealer (Philly area), wanted to stay close to the $350 mark for a 2011 Camry V6 XLE fully loaded
Here is what the dealer offered:
V6 XLE w/navigation
36 months 15,000 miles per year
V6 XLE w/o navigation
36 months 15,000 miles per year
based on the previous posts I may not have asked the right questions...
#722 of 916 2011 Camry LE lease advertisement
Nov 12, 2010 (9:23 am)
A Milwaukee dealer has an ad for 2011 Camry LE at $169/mo. for 36 mo., with $1619 down-includes 1st payment, acquisition fee, $500 rebate, and no security deposit.
What is a good deal on an LE lease?
#723 of 916 Re: 2011 Camry LE lease advertisement [wakolman]
Nov 14, 2010 (5:40 am)
See my deal above - that was basically the toyota factory deal less 10 a month but adding $20 a month for increasing the miles from 12k to 15k
That deal seems too good to be true
#724 of 916 Re: Camry SE 2010 vs 2011 [dcf1955]
Nov 16, 2010 (7:16 am)
Just closed a 36 month lease, Camry XLE 4 Cylinder, MSRP $28,960.00 12K/yr, $696 up fronts, $266.45 including tax. Southern Ca.